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Dry Bradfield Park

A shot taken from The Sydney Harbour Bridge of Bradfield Park in Milsons Point. I took this photo as the dryness of the park appealed to me in some manner. There’s still some green in the trees, but the grass … Continue reading

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Looking Outward From Inside the Tunnel

I’ve taken photos of this tunnel before. I’ve also spent many a brief period in the afternoon traversing through it, but that’s something I’ll get into another time. I like how the light comes through in a way that almost … Continue reading

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State Forest Trees

A shot of trees in a state forest in The Blue Mountains. Bit of a busy photo, I think. However, I also think that it gives a good idea of the vegetation density in the area. The thing that having … Continue reading

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Path into the Bush

Taken at Balls Head. A path into the bush that disappears the farther in; at least that is how it appears from this vantage point. The vegetation is thick enough to darken the path, but is prevented from being thick … Continue reading

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Curvature

Train tracks near Waverton. This is a bit of a duller, more muted photo. Probably means I need to work on my light balance a bit more. I think it helps to get across the idea of it being overcast, … Continue reading

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From Bush to Buildings

What I like about this photo is how parts of the background are covered, yet strongly suggested. To be fair, it’s mostly water, but I do like the effect. The clouds appear massive and the city small. The plants are … Continue reading

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Dune Vegetation

That is to say, more dune vegetation! A lot of low-lying flora helping to stabilise the dune. With enough time it will grow thick and create great stabilisation. Whilst it may not seem like it, dune systems can be pretty … Continue reading

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